How To Achieve Fleet Cbm Program Approval With Class
Lloyd’s Register: Marine ShipRight MCBM How to achieve fleet CBM Program approval with ClassWe are actively seeking to develop relationships withcompanies who wish to apply condition monitoring and workwith surveyors to eliminate the need to perform any openout inspection for survey credit credit.To avoid any confusion call us on +44 207 423 1868
Lloyd’s Register: MarineWhy?Wh ?• Condition Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance is considered best practice as the principle means of managing assets.• Lloyd’s Register recognises this and is moving to lead alignment and facilitate best practice
Lloyd’s Register: Marine Lloyds Register d Ll d R i t and CBM• Lloyd s Lloyd’s Register is committed to supporting best practice solutions in maintenance management and recognises that;• The business needs of companies are all different from each other• Alignment with classification process should be equally achievable whether taking a “time” or “risk” based approach to maintenance management• Companies who operate CBM need to remain flexible to respond to changing operational risk profiles – this flexibility must be reflected in their relationship with class.
Lloyd’s Register: MarineCurrent alternativesC t lt tiMPMSMachinery Planned Maintenance SchemeAllows CE to credit certain items based upon his own inspection of machinery when opened out for maintenanceMCMMachinery Condition MonitoringAllows CE to credit certain items on the basis of CM data/ MPMS Pre-requisite and surveyor required for certain items There are also schemes for Screw Shafts (SCM), Turbines (TCM) and Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM)
Lloyd’s Register: MarineWhat t kWh t take up is there currently? i th tl ?~9% of vessels registered with LR currently uses MPMS 9% f l i t d ith tl MPMS, of these 15% have MCM descriptive note assigned This means only 1 2% of the LR fleet 1-2%Why is this? Are companies not operating PMS’s or not reflecting this with class? What role must class play in this? How can we ensure that all the stakeholders are aligned? OEM’s, Port State, Vetting, Insurers etc.
Lloyd’s Register: MarineAligningAli i CBM with classification ith l ifi tiServices are now available which hS i il bl hi h have b been d i designed f d from the perspective of alignment with best practice in CBM;1. MCBM notation, a risk based approach2. Service Supplier Approval, to enable streamlining of third party contractors3. CM P d t A Product Assessment S t Specification, t enable th use of CM tools ifi ti to bl the f t l4. MCBM Awareness Training, internal and external5. Maintenance Management Optimisation – Hands on assistance for cultural change Requests for these are being taken now and will be delivered in 2012.
How to meet therequirements ofMCBMIf you have designed yourRisk Based Maintenancesystem according to thecurrent best practices thenyou will have already doneenough to be able toextract the data we requirefor MCBM. MCBMISO 17359:2011 illustratesthe necessary activitiesthat are required for amodern CBM system.